3D photorealistic renderings for patient rooms can give architects, designers, clinicians, and patients as much visual information as possible so that they can profoundly understand the healthcare environment that is therapeutic, safe and aesthetically pleasing. Nowadays, a lot of studies points out that well-designed rooms can improve patient satisfaction rates, reduce the occurrence of medical and nursing disputes and infection rates, shorten the duration of hospital stays and even decrease pain medication. And the primary goal of every patient room that is to ensure the safety and comfort for patient experience. What kind of interior design that can make people feel comfortable when they first walk in?

In Yr2018, We’ve collected a few eye-catching 3D Architecture Visualization for Gym Design.

And now, let’s check some interior renderings of patient-centered design solutions.

Patient Room A
Project name – Spring Gove Patient Room
Location –1950 Larkin Ave, Elgin, IL 60123
Submission – Nov. 2018

Patient Room B
Project name – Dulaney Patient Room
Location – 111 W ROAD TOWSON, MD 21204
Submission – Nov. 2018

Patient Room C
Project name – Citadel Care Center
Location – 5850 T G Lee Blvd, Orlando, FL 32822
Submission – June. 2019

Patient Room D
Project name – Collingswood Patient Room
Location – 2201 Chapel Ave W Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
Submission – May. 2019

Patient Room E
Project name – Claremont – Marquis Patient Room
Location – 1515 Hulse Road Point Pleasant, NJ 08742
Submission – June. 2019

How do you think of these 3D renderings? Are they look comfortable? Please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected] for any of architecture visualization service.

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